London Fashion Week, it’s the talented hair and makeup artists who dictate the upcoming beauty trends, but street style’s influence certainly doesn’t go unnoticed.
Each year, London’s most fashion-forward descend on the city’s thoroughfares. When you’re done taking in their
incredible handbags, knee-high boots and co-ords, don’t forget to take a second look at their haircuts.
Last season we spied the
chopped bob (a wavy, mussed-up version of the classic blunt cut), the Birkin fringe (inspired by late fashion icon Jane Birkin) and C-shape layers (layers cut at an angle to hug the face and make hair look fuller). But London Fashion Week SS24’s cuts are outshining them all.
Click ahead for all the haircut inspiration you’ll ever need, straight from LFW SS24.
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This is proof that the mid-length haircut is far from boring. The flicked ends and parted fringe á la Jane Birkin give it a little something extra. The butter blonde shade is the cherry on top. Photographed by Neil Mockford/GC Images
If you’re indecisive, try the ‘jellyfish’ haircut. It’s essentially two haircuts in one: long layers throughout the mid-lengths and ends, and a short, face-cupping bob on top. The shape is said to resemble — you guessed it — a jellyfish. It’s certainly a statement cut. Photographed by Neil Mockford/Getty Images
Introducing the ‘hush’ cut. It combines curtain bangs and layers throughout the lengths for “dimension, texture and movement”, said Luke Hersheson, hairstylist and CEO of Hershesons, who predicted that this cut would turn heads this autumn and beyond. Photographed by Jeremy Moeller/Getty Images
If your hair is all one length, try feathered layers to add movement, texture and volume. We’re into the deep centre parting here but a cut like this looks just as elegant when nonchalantly flipped to the side. Photographed by Neil Mockford/GC Images
Say hello to the ‘soft bowl’, a haircut trend touted by Stephen Buller and Anita Rice, founders of Buller and Rice, as one to watch this autumn. Nothing like the bowl cuts of your youth, this consists of a handful of soft layers. We love the sleek, shiny finish here but it looks equally as cool worn wavy to encourage natural texture, said Anita and Stephen. Photographed by Jeremy Moeller/Getty Images
This summer, Blue Tit‘s lead educator for afro and textured hair, Pashcan’el Mitchell, predicted that curls would reign supreme. After applying your chosen leave-in product, Pashcan’el suggests finger curling to get them to really pop. This subtly layered cut is beautiful. Photographed by Christian Vierig/Getty Images
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